The Dark Web & Cyber-Security: Don’t be Left in the Dark

The Dark Web is a part of the Internet that is accessed via special web browsers which provide anonymity to the end users, website, and currency related transactions. The contents of the Dark Web are not indexed by search engines, and due to the complexity and high level of encryption used on the Dark Web, it’s nearly impossible to trace websites, users, and transactions. In the event that end user’s information is compromised on their business and/or home computers, this information is often posted to the Dark Web available for sale.

It’s becoming important for businesses that maintain any sensitive personal information to ensure they have no usernames/passwords posted on the Dark Web. We will discuss ways an organization can secure any sensitive information from getting to the Dark Web as well as how to have the appropriate insurance coverages in place should there ever be a breach.


Thursday, November 7, 2019
8:00 am – 10:00 am (Registration 8:00 am – 8:30 am)

Andy Banning & Jason Starner

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